Apple occasionally publishes lists on iTunes highlighting their top picks for select categories, and they've today posted their top platforming games - a genre that I've grown to love especially on iOS. From the older titles including Canabalt, to our 2011 Game of the Year, League of Evil, the list is worth checking out if you're an hardcore fan of various twists on the classic platforming formula as well as the games that pay homage to their past predecessors.
Since October, from the introduction of the iPhone 4S, the iPhone has been available on the third most popular provider in the US on top of AT&T and Verizon, both of which have been available for some time now. Users currently with contracts with Sprint had yet to see the light in the form of an official companion application for iOS, but it's finally here and somewhat worth the relatively long downtime/wait.
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The social giant, one of the best game developing firms and Apple are feeling merry because of the holiday spirit, so they’ve teamed up to offer you yet another free game via Apple’s Facebook program. This time, you’ll be linking gems together in PopCap’s Bejeweled by just following a few
The Cupertino-based company that we all love, is offering free shipping on everything on their online store in light of the holidays as well as, indirectly, their wonderful sales numbers this past Black Friday.
Halfbrick, creators of the widely popular Fruit Ninja [$0.99], have been on fire lately. They’ve already released two more games in addition to the successful fruit-killing game and also released ‘Fruit Ninja Kinect’ recently”. Now their fourth game for iOS is ready for release – September 1st to be exact,
There’s never a lack of iPhone applications for anything, so there are certainly a few essentials for iPhone users wanting to catch the Women’s FIFA Final tomorrow. The excitement has built up in the past few months, and the US Women’s National Team is at the peak of their wonderful
Please excuse my uninformed self, but I really had no idea how big Apple was, visually anyways, in Japan before arriving for my one week vacation. First off, the 33 million people in Tokyo are always texting – seriously, as soon as I hopped onto Tokyo’s main public transportation system,
Been there, certainly done that. The jump as high as you can, most familiarly seen in Doodle Jump, has become all too popular in terms of density in the app store. Right now, the genre can still be fun but only if developers anticipate what users will want to see
If you’re like me, you’ve owned one of Apple’s mobile devices for a few years now, you may remember Armor Games’ fling-to-kill-by-toppling-the-structures-game, much like the modern day version Angry Birds, Crush the Castle. At the time, the game was one of the hottest games on the app store with a